- 14513 W Maple Road #106 Omaha, NE 68116
- (402) 991-6878
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- Cuisine: Sushi, Japanese
- Price: $$
Where do you go when you want LOTS of sushi at a wallet-friendly price? FoodMeOmaha goes to Wasabi Sushi.
Wasabi Sushi has a relaxed, modern, spacious environment. Service is friendly but sometimes can be slow. I don’t mind though since I can pig out on sushi and other Japanese dishes at a very reasonable price ($12.99 for lunch, $22.99 for dinner, $20.99 all day Sunday).
Instead of buffet, food is made per order. Be aware that if you order more than you can eat, you may be charged extra for the leftovers at the a la carte price. This is a fair rule to prevent unnecessary waste. You won’t be charged if you have a few pieces left. If you are new to Wasabi Sushi, I recommend ordering modestly per round.
Wasabi Sushi doesn’t have fancy, top-notch quality Japanese fare, but it is still good and tasty. Don’t expect Jiro Dreams of Sushi. Quality-wise, I compare their fish to steak. It isn’t USDA prime or Wagyu, but it’s still a good cut of meat. Each time I visit Wasabi Sushi, I have a feast and I always leave full and satisfied.
Here’s a picture story of past Wasabi Sushi eating.
Wasabi Sushi has a diverse selection of soups, salads, appetizers, hand rolls, rolls, nigiri, sashimi (dinner and Sunday only), and ice cream. I love the diversity. Sushi-wise, the rolls are okay but by far I prefer the sashimi. The sashimi is gold for pennies that has me coming back to Wasabi Sushi. The white fish and salmon are buttery, delicate pieces of joy. Other favorites are the seaweed salad, shrimp tempura, gyoza, and udon. Then, the feast is finished off with the red bean and green tea ice cream!
Wasabi Sushi is currently open for business but the owners are looking for a buyer. I hope Wasabi Sushi stays around!
- FoodMe YUM Rating: 7.5 out of 10
- FoodMe Service Rating: 7 out of 10
- FoodMe Value Rating: 9 out of 10
- FoodMe Atmosphere Rating: 8 out of 10
- FoodMe Overall Rating: 8 out of 10